Croatian president slams Europe for sending weapons to Ukraine

Croatian President Zoran Milanovic criticized European countries that have decided to send more weapons to Ukraine.

“A war based on a treaty against a nuclear power, like Russia, cannot be won. Europe is endangered within the framework of hysteria and hatred,” Milanovic told Croatian media during his visit to Petrinje on Tuesday.

He said Russia is an extremely dangerous country and Europe, which is preparing to send weapons to Ukraine, is endangered.

Concerning the Moscow-Kyiv war and similarities between Crimea and Kosovo, Milanovic said the international community and Croatia annexed Kosovo and took it from Serbia.

“We and the international community did that,” he said. “Unfortunately, this is a painful fact and a danger. We annexed Kosovo. We and the international community. It was taken from Serbia. Who made it but us? Have we recognized Kosovo? It’s not annexation, it’s expropriation. What is it called? Extraction.”

“Likewise, Crimea will never be Ukraine again. That’s what the leading German generals are saying,” he added.

Kosovo declared its independence from Serbia in 2008, with most U.N. member states, including the U.S., the U.K., France, Germany and Türkiye recognizing it as a separate autonomous country from its neighbor. But Belgrade continues to regard it as its territory.

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